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Topic: Zwemer
Founded in 1979 at the U.S. Center for World Mission, the Zwemer Institute became a major resource and training center for Christians seeking to engage Muslims with the gospel. This need was highlighted with the emergence of the Lausanne Movement…
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Topic: Zwemer, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism
“I have been a Muslim for forty-one years, in all that time have never questioned Islam. But now, I have decided to leave it.” A few weeks ago I received an email from one of my students. She has been…
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Topic: Zwemer, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Zwemer
“No one through all the centuries of Christian missions to Moslems has deserved better than Samuel Zwemer the designation of Apostle to Islam.” So wrote the great mission historian, Kenneth Scott Latourette, in the introduction to J. Christy Wilson’s biography…
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Topic: Zwemer, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Zwemer, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice
Last year my church held a Seder (a special meal during Pesach—Passover). Over 280 people showed up to have a rabbi lead us through the Haggadah (a booklet containing the prayers and actions comprising the Seder) and explain the symbolism in…
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Topic: Zwemer, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Zwemer, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice
Islamic traditions about Jesus are one indication of how much Muslims respect Jesus. When Muhammad took over Mecca in AD 630, he cleansed the Ka’aba of idols, and destroyed all icons except the Virgin Mary and her son. Those he…
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Topic: Zwemer, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Zwemer, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism
Why is that no one seems to mind if Buddhists, Hindus, Mormons, Jews or nominal Christians use a Chapel in Duke or Washington D.C., but when Muslims want to do so, the gloves come off? Nearly 5 years ago I…
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Topic: Zwemer, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Zwemer, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Book Review, Comparative Religion
Reza Aslan’s book Zealot shot to the top of the bestseller list due to a notorious interview on Fox News, where Lauren Green began by asking the author why a Muslim would write about Christianity’s founder. Reza Aslan grew up…
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Topic: Zwemer, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Zwemer, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Book Review, Comparative Religion, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism
 The speaker at a large Bible conference, advocating for adherence to the fundamentals of faith and seeking to stir controversy, commented that there were missionaries who actually used “Allah,” the Muslim name for God, in their Christian witness. The statement…
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Topic: Zwemer, Mission and Evangelism, Radicalism, Zwemer, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, Comparative Religion, Faith & Practice, American Muslims, Mission and Evangelism, Book Review, Comparative Religion, Comparative Religion, Mission and Evangelism, Culture and Worldview, ISIS, Middle East
Once again, the western world reacted with shock when Muslims seemed to act violently against them. In recent days people have taken sides, as confrontation leads them to farther and farther extremes. Those in the West believe they are protecting…
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